A US study found 9-17 year olds whose parents took part in a work/life programme were happier on average 1 year later than children of…
Child & Family Blog EditorJune 2016
When mothers experience work-family conflict, their relationship with their children and the father's relationship with the children are likely to be worse.
Parents who share family time during meals - without the TV on - are less likely to get divorced.
Women with children by multiple partners are more likely to experience stress and depression compared with mothers whose children share the same father.
Children of better-educated mothers or fathers enter their first partnerships later, particularly if first union is marriage rather than cohabitation.
Correlation found between parents’ experience of discrimination and feelings of sadness and low self-esteem on the part of the child.
A study has found that when a male cohabiting partner is active in daily family activities adolescent children less likely to exhibit problem behaviours.
Children’s performance in literacy, reasoning and maths tests correlates with the amount of investment by parents in their education.